Around the World 1977 - Japan

Japanese Inn, Sapporo

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I spent my first night in Sapporo. It was freezing cold. I spent most of my time in Sapporo in the underground shopping centers they have. This is a pretty typical room in an inexpensive Japanese travelers inn or Minshuku. Your get a three or four tatami mat room, a fold-up foam mattress, a nice thick comforter and a pillow that has barley seeds or something like that in it. The room usually includes hot water and greet tea. Meals are ordinarily extra. I'm not suer why this was served in my room. Note the heater. Wonder what that did to the oxygen and carbon monoxide levels in the room?

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